How to Create a Community of Practice
A modest proposal about how to get out of your cubbyhole, enliven your conversations with others in the field, and experience a new kind of professional community.
Symposium 2011 Charts Terra Incognita
Emerging from their monastic little cells, 3,000 psychotherapists had a schmooze-fest celebrating the power of face-to-face connection and joined forces to envision the future.
The Heart Speaks: Does Love Have a Role in Psychotherapy?
Does love have a role in the therapeutic relationship?
- A game changer for therapy? - The impact of therapist skill on research trails - The illusion of therapeutic truths
First Impressions: Getting Off to the Right Start is Crucial in Therapy
That first session with a new client can be crucial to the success or failure of treatment.
Misstating the Obvious: The Pitfalls of Doing What Comes Naturally
While many therapists like to trust their intuition, research shows how often "gut instinct" can lead us astray.
21st Century Tools are Transforming Therapeutic Practice
Advances in technology are challenging the idea that therapy must revolve around the traditional, face-to-face clinical encounter.
Therapy in the Round: Group Therapy Offers a Larger Arena for Change
How the skills of the group therapist differ from those of the individually-oriented practitioner.
Helping the Survivors of the Haitian Earthquake
A disaster-tested therapist, who's worked with the survivors of the Thai tsunami, the Sichuan earthquake, and the Rwanda genocide, offers an on-the-scene report from Haiti in the wake of its recent, unimaginably devastating earthquake.
A Therapist Confronts Her Own Magical Thinking
A client's unexpected announcement makes a therapist confront her illusions of invulnerability.
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